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Thanks for the great resource! Here are a few more from Pennsylvania:The 11th:https://archive.org/details/05740103.3131.emory.eduThe 63rd:https://archive.org/details/01412228.3285.emory.eduThe Bucktails:https://archive.org/details/cu31924026471023
Thanks much. Added those too.
Thank you for the post. I do notice that the 33rd Illinois takes one to the 33rd Iowa link.
Yikes! that is corrected...
Fantastic resources, John Banks. I am new to your blog and am enjoying it very much. Thank you very much!!! Skip Collinge
Thanks, Mr. Banks. Both interesting and useful!
Wonderful! Thanks very much for this. Here are a couple more New Hampshire regiments for you:HISTORY Eighth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers IXCLUDINQ ITS SERVICE INFANTRY, SECOND N, H, CAVALRY. AND VETERAN BATTALLION CI\'IL WAR OK 1861-1865, COVERING A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS, TEN MONTHS, AND NINETEEN DAYS.by JOHN M. STANYANhttps://archive.org/details/HistoryOfThe8thRegimentOfNewHampshireVolunteersA history of the Eleventh New Hampshire Regiment, Volunteer Infantry in the rebellion war, 1861-1865 ..by Cogswell, Leander Winslow, 1825-https://archive.org/details/cu31924030907921Thirteenth regiment of New Hampshire volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865. A diary covering three years and a dayby Thompson, S. Millet, 1838-https://archive.org/details/cu31924089930634
B. Ricardo: thanks very much -- these have been added. JBANKS
Here is the history of the 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry that I have been working on since 2001.http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/%7Eholder/120cover/120coverpage.html
Anything on the 24th Wisconsin volunteer infantry regiment? My GGG grandfather served with company K.
Mr Banks, I am looking for a confederate soldier by the name of Johnathan Thibeadoux, I have been a on a few sites and have had no luck, I have no relationship to him other than Just recently his name has popped up in conversation and dream twice in the past week, now I am looking for any information I can find on him. can you recommend a place to start?? Thank you for your time.
Maybe this will help. Frequently the names are misspelled. I found a J B Thibodaux (Enlisted 1862, Private La Fourche Reg, Militia, D-W), J O Thibodeaux (Enlisted 4-1-1862, Private, LA, CO A, 10th Batt. Infantry), J O Thibodeaux (enlisted 1986 2nd Lt, 10th Bat Infantry.
Hello, Unknown: You need to find out what regiment Johnathan was in. From there, you can find out much more. Start here: https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/soldiers-and-sailors-database.htm
Here's the book for The KY 1st Cavalry (Union)https://archive.org/details/wildridersoffirs00tarr/page/n8
15th for your works! I was excited to find your site as I wanted to glean more info on my GGF Mir Edward Spear Jr..... 1st Lt.14th OVLA, Cpt. 15th OVLA, and Mir. Paymaster for Tennessee Vol Army. Sadly I do not see his units listed here. We do have a plethora of information, artifacts, and diaries but I am always searching for more. Warm regards
I'm looking for any information you may have on the 15th OVLA during the 1865 Carolinas Campaign. Any help is much appreciated. firstname.lastname@example.org
I. am a published author writing a history of the Union's 5th Ky. Vol. Info (Louisville Legion). If you know of any letters, diaries or journals from men in the regiment please contact me. Joe Reinhart email@example.com
Do you have anything on Ohio Vol. Inf., Company D, 5th Regiment?
I do not
Looking for info on John McGraw (McGrath/McGraugh) 2nd CT Heavy Artillery Co F. John was wounded at Cold Harbor and died at White House June 3, 1864. John, his father Patrick and 2 brothers, Edward and Andrew all were in the same division and Company from Canaan CT. All came home except John. I would like to know where John is buried? firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for this awesome resource John. For anyone interested I completed last year the first regimental history of the 65th NY Volunteer Infantry, also known as the 1st U.S. Chasseurs, after many years of work on it. It is called "No Flinching From Fire," and it is available on Amazon. ---Chris Barry
Do you have anything on the 15th OVLA?
There exists a regimental history for the 9th New York Heavy Artillery, which can be found here. https://archive.org/details/ninthnewyorkheav00roea
There are also many regimental histories and other related material that have been digitized and can be be found here. https://bentley.umich.edu/legacy-support/civilwar/reghist.php
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69th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry is on Internet Archive https://archive.org/details/05274639.3132.emory.edu/page/n1/mode/2up
Hi John. Great resource. Since you seem to be low on Confederate regimentals, here are a couple I have used recently. 7th Virginia [Johnston, David Emmons., The Story of a Confederate Boy in the Civil War, Portland, Or., Glass & Prudhomme Co., 1914] https://archive.org/details/storyofconfedera00john/mode/2upWashington Artillery New Orleans [Owen, William M., In Camp & Battle With the Washington Artillery of New Orleans., Boston, Ma., Ticknor & Company,1885] https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f5795e657b11511380d8bfd/t/6081d43de18abc76662290fb/1619121216188/Washington+Artillery.pdf
I shall add today.